Every year around this time people talk about their New Year's resolutions. Two of the most popular themes of resolutions include (1) Getting Fit; and (2) Saving Money. Let's take a look at each of these themes in a little more detail.
GETTING FIT. I was speaking recently with my friend and fitness consultant, Jake Steinfeld. You may know of him - he is an icon in the fitness industry and he authored the New York Times Bestselling Book, "I’ve Seen a Lot of Famous People Naked and They’ve Got Nothing on You!" He goes by the title, "Body By Jake."
I'm sure January is the busiest time of the year for health clubs because so many people make "getting fit" one of their top New Year's resolutions.
SAVING MONEY. Virtually everyone wants the peace of mind that comes with accumulating more wealth. The greatest financial concern for seniors is that they will run out of money. On a related note, you'll want to take the necessary action so that what you've spent 20, 30, or 40 years working for will not only be protected, but will be passed along - intact - to your surviving family members and loved ones.
In order to keep what you have and to pass it along, you have to take advantage of legal strategies to keep the IRS and government out of your finances and out of your legacy. You'll want to attend our events in 2014 to stay abreast of the latest legal strategies. You can check out our Events Page at www.RabalaisLaw.com, and register for one of our many events around the State of Louisiana, or you can even attend an event in Texas or Tennessee. Or, if you prefer to stay home and watch a webinar on your computer, you can register online for the webinar on Monday, January 13, 2014, titled "The 7 Stupid Mistakes Most Men Make That Can Leave Their Wives Assaulted At The Courthouse, IRS, and Nursing Home."
Happy New Year!